• An Indigenous Trilogy Team

STAGE WHISPERS, 15 NOVEMBER 2022


Shea has meticulously crafted a dichotomy of two differing spiritual and material worlds that collide and fracture. The initial bonding between Peter and Hope is strikingly moving; with similar and contrasting monologues, paced, and punctuated with light and sound, providing stunning dramatic tension that unites two people, a generation apart.

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  • An Indigenous Trilogy Team

THE SATURDAY PAPER, 19 NOVEMBER 2022



In the context of Blak theatre the stage is actually Country, our Country. In regards to the script, it’s Language in Blak theatre; the protocols of Western theatre are the laws in Blak theatre; the ensemble is the kinship in Blak theatre; the performance in Western theatre is the ceremony in Blak theatre.

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THE AGE, 13 NOVEMBER 2022


Unvarnished anecdotes lay bare the scale of disadvantage and distress, with gritty snapshots of marginalised Indigenous families and their run-ins with authorities narrated with agonised clarity.

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